University's president dedicated to statewide mission
By The Staff
Monday, January 4, 2010 at 8:00 pm
When he became the University of Kentucky’s 11th president in 2001, Lee T. Todd Jr. said he envisioned UK’s campus “stretching from Pikeville to Paducah.”
It’s a vision that UK has taken to heart, as evidenced by the fact that the university’s scientists are conducting research in every one of Kentucky’s 120 counties.
That includes LaRue County, where the College of Agriculture is helping farmers become more productive through no-till methods.
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